What nature can do for the climate in a post-COVID world

Natural climate solutions use the world’s forests, grasslands and wetlands rather than employing technological solutions

Claire O'Neill

Managing Director of Climate and Energy, World Business Council for Sustainable Development

Gabriela Martinez

Specialist, Nature Climate Solutions Alliance, World Economic Forum Geneva


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